SAVED on my couch

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Pastor David Lamb of Richmond, KY just shared this great testimony!

“So I hear someone smashing on my front door. I go to the door and an elderly gentlemen in his 70s literally barged into my living room and threw himself down on my couch, kneeling, begging God to save him. It’s been a little while since that has happened! God is so good! They said, “We heard we can bring folk that need to be saved to you!” Well Glory!”

Pentecostal Theology [08/04/2015 10:24 PM]
Original questions was: “This has happened before?” WHEN was the last time this happened to you?

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 7:10 AM]
Front door, living room, couch? Never happened to me!

Elizabeth Stevens-Williams [08/05/2015 9:28 AM]
That’s What I’ve been talking about! People are going to Run to God and we are the willing Vessels.Send them, Lord! Advancing the Kingsom, one soul at a time! ANEN. .Everyone has a purpose, but God Children are called to be ready for the Harvest!

John Kissinger [08/05/2015 12:07 PM]
there are places Alan N Carla Smith knows about where you bust through the pastors front door and jump on his couch, you’d better ALREADY have the eternal security Charles Page preaches about

Harold Carter Rogers [08/17/2015 10:04 AM]
Praise the Lord.

23 Comments

  • Reply August 15, 2016

    Jon Ray

    Ha I remember this one David Lewayne Porter This was a testimony of someone bursting in his house, crushing on the couch and getting saved right then. The brother was saying this occurs regularly in his house. Anyone else remember it? Charles Alan N David Lamb

  • Reply August 15, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    Happened Sunday at our church, guy came back to the church an hour after service. Said he needed to be forgiven. He left church, got home, could not shake the feeling so he came back.

  • Reply August 15, 2016

    Jon Ray

    Church – understood, but your couch at your home?

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Corey Forsyth

      Maybe someone spilled their anointing oil on the couch?

  • Reply August 15, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    It has happened, and within my car as well.

    What makes you think it had to be church?
    The Bible has many examples of people getting converted at other places than an assembly of believers.

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Jon Ray

    You will have to elaborate on that one. OP https://www.facebook.com/640123439376008/posts/875350359186647

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Jon Ray

    I love testimonies like that. So you were driving your car through town and while stopped at a red light someone busted through your passenger door crying “I need to be saved!” You led him/her to the Lord right there while the light was still red, prayed through their sanctification, send them on their way, lifted eyes and holy hands toward the heavens, thanked the Lord, praised Him, gave Him all the glory and then patiently waited for the light to turn green and went home. Am I getting it about right here 🙂 Grimsley

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      John Conger

      Lol

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      there was a local church that wanted to have ‘Drive-Thru’ pray lines. I was wondering what they would do if Holy Spirit started moving and…

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Jon Ray

      ask them to park by the curb and wait till their order is ready?

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      no waiting… GOD flooded their car with HIS presence. (hypothetically)

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Jon Ray

      and someone jumps in the car wanting to be saved?

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      NO…NO… my scenario is some-what different than yours. pls re-read.

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    ?

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Jon Ray

    Well just from a practical point of view. If someone is (and I quote from the post) “smashing ontheir front door literally barged into living room and threw himself down on their couch” or even does the same thing in a car I presume most members in this group will be leading them to the heavens with a Glock 9/40 or a 12 gauge or am I wrong? Alan Conger

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      John Conger

      Spirit is willing but the flesh is weak 🙂

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Jon Ray

      #freewill choice 9, 12 or 40 Alan N Carla Smith

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Ricky Grimsley

    Yeah probably

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    J Mack Taylor

    I’ve had it happen in the church parking lot

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    J Mack Taylor

    On a Saturday

  • Reply August 16, 2016

    Jon Ray

    Church – yes. But home or a car and a person busting in… ???

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Alan N Carla Smith

      it COULD happen

    • Reply August 16, 2016

      Jon Ray

      If Ricky Grimsley has to quote a Bible verse to support this it would be Today you will be in Paradise! John Conger

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